Earlier this month, Assam education department officials and private madrasa boards held a high-level meeting with the Assam Police. This was after the police learned that Al-Qaeda in India (AQIS) units in Assam were trying to radicalize Muslims using Madrasas.
Assam DGP Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta said they were looking at madrasas known for their behavior. Addressing the high-level meeting, Assam DGP Bhaskarjyoti Mahanta said, “To ensure that there is no misuse of madrasas, we met with Islamic scholars and sought their opinion. teachers.”
“We have given the private school a set of guidelines, we have asked them to keep books in hand and provide details about the land. If they do not comply, legal action will be taken against the board. There is no question.” there is no. allowing jihadist propaganda in madrasas,” the DGP added.
The Assam Police have made it clear that any act of ‘Jihad’ displayed in Madarsa religious lectures will be held responsible by the Madarsa Board.
The working distance between Madaras will require 3 kilometers.